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This week in Parliament Kerry will be asking questions of the Work and Pensions Secretary, Iain Duncan Smith, and the Chancellor, George Osborne. On Monday the Commons debates amendments to the Infrastructure Bill, including on fracking, pubs being turned into supermarkets without the need for planning permission, and the inclusion of a Cycling & Walking Investment Strategy in the Bill (as championed by Sustrans). Kerry will also be speaking as shadow foreign affairs minister in the Westminster Hall debate on Sri Lanka. She will also be attending a Green Alliance dinner, a Youth Environment Trust reception, and a meeting about Marine Protected Areas. In Bristol Kerry’s diary will include visiting St Bede’s Catholic College, and the Alzheimer’s Society in Kingswood, as well as street surgeries in Hillfields.